Lansdowne Centre’s free, annual drive-in movies are returning again this summer, but this time, movies will be decided by votes.
Every Wednesday in July and August, film enthusiasts can pull up to Lansdowne Centre by dusk to watch an old classic or a new release on a massive, four-storey screen. Walk-ins with lawn chairs are also welcome, with the Lansdowne Canada Line station close by.
But before that, viewers need to have their say on what movies will be shown.
Here are the movies battling it out for time on Lansdowne’s big screen:
July 3 – Crazy Rich Asians vs. Bohemian Rhapsody
July 10 – Ocean’s 8 vs. Mean Girls
July 17 – Spider-Man into the Spider-Verse vs. Skyscraper
July 24 – The Notebook vs. Happy Gilmore
July 31 – Rocky Horror Picture Show vs. Dark Knight
Aug. 7 – Aquaman vs. Lego Movie 2
Aug. 14 – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald vs. Shazam
Aug. 21 – Detective Pikachu vs. First Man
Aug. 28 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off vs. Inception
Voting closes on June 16 and can be accessed on Lansdowne Centre’s website.